El Pasoans recently expressed their preference for the design of Phase I


El Pasoans recently expressed their preference for the design of Phase I of the Eastside Regional Park at an interactive community meeting held in May of 2016.













 

The preferred design was created by architecture firms In*Situ Architecture of El Paso and the Dallas office of Perkins+Will Global. Development of the entire 92-acre park will be conducted in phases as denoted in the Master Plan approved by City Council in June of 2015; phasing of the development will ensure that the park is completed in an orderly, efficient and cost-effective manner. 

 

The design program for Phase 1 as defined by the ERP Master Plan includes the following:

  • Natatorium with indoor 50-meter competition-ready and separate warm-up cool-down pool;
  • A diving well will be included in the 50-meter pool if budget permits;
  • Outdoor recreational pool area with lazy river, climbing wall and splash pad;
  • Gymnasium and fitness center;
  • Multi-generational community center;
  • Related parking and driveways and landscaping.
  • Walking path along the perimeter of Phase I. 


The second phase of the park will include athletic fields and associated infrastructure for the park, both phases are funded by the 2012 Quality of Life Bonds. 

When completed, the $48 million dollar park will be approximately twice as large as Eastwood (Album) Park and three times as large as Marty Robbins Park. The park will be located on land near Montana Avenue and Hueco Club Road in East El Paso, and is part of the City’s commitment to enhance El Paso’s quality of life through recreational, cultural and educational environments.

  




 

  For More Information  

Capital Improvement Department (915) 212-0065
cid@elpasotexas.gov 

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